"Our teacher, colleague and friend, Haunani Kay Trask passed away this morning. Professor Trask was a fearless advocate for the Kānaka Maoli and was responsible for inspiring thousands of brilliant and talented Hawaiians to come to the University of Hawaiʻi." Pt 1/3 pic.twitter.com/Fxmw7ed4mr
— University of Hawaii at Manoa (@uhmanoa) July 4, 2021
The above mentioned individual has died, according to the above statements posted on social media on July 3. 2021.
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University of Hawaii at Manoa @uhmanoa “Our teacher, colleague and friend, Haunani Kay Trask passed away this morning. Professor Trask was a fearless advocate for the Kānaka Maoli and was responsible for inspiring thousands of brilliant and talented Hawaiians to come to the University of Hawaiʻi.” Pt 1/3
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I can still picture her from in the news reports- so passionate in her beliefs. I will never forget her. Peace and condolences to all. Amen
Mahalo nui Mahalo nui for the life long ku’e for our people of Hawai’i. RIL with all of the other Mana Wahine and keep blessing us with your mana’o from the heavens. You will never be forgotten a hui hou .
You know I have a funny story to tell you about her. She came to the island of Hawaii to speak with the newly established Women’s Center in Hilo. When asked how one would know if a male female relationship was really equal she without hesitation said “who cleans the toilet? 1978.
So sad, indeed. She is one exceptional scholar whom we will miss. My condolences to Mililani and the whole family.
I shall always remember her brillance and passion, I feel saddened by her passing. She was a beautiful spirit and such a contributor to studies of Hawaiian people
Noooooooo what a powerful soul she was. So fierce, so educated, no fear to battle with her knowledge. She was so inspiring. Someone we looked up to then, now, and always. Take all this aloha with you and RIP.